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The BGV Theorem: An Unexpected Asset for Christian Theism

By Brian Chilton Turn on the Discovery Channel or the Science Channel, and you may find interesting theories pertaining to how the universe came to be. Some propose that an eternal multiverse gave rise to our modern universe. Others will hold that eternal wiggling dimensions or planes collide to form universes. In 2003, three theoretical […]

If God Created The Universe, Who Created God?

By Evan Minton  This is a question that many, many atheists have asked Christians whenever Christians try to argue for God as Creator and Designer of the universe (by using, for example, The Kalam Cosmological Argument, or The Fine Tuning Argument). Once the argument for creation is over, the atheist will retort “Oh yeah? Well, if God made […]

If Kids Don’t Understand Why Miracles Don’t Discredit the Bible, Their Faith Will Be Easily Crushed

By Natasha Crain “The light of common sense, thrown on the stories of making snakes out of rods, of the Red Sea dividing itself, of Christ’s making wine from water, curing blind men by rubbing spit in their eyes, walking on water, the story of the flood, God’s making the world in six days, of making […]

Apologetics is Not For The Heart

By Richard Eng Growing up, my Dad taught me apologetics. He was really excited about it, and good at it too. As someone who studied under Norman Geisler at Southern Evangelical Seminary, my Dad got some of the best training out there. As a result, He taught me a lot of what I now know. I found myself […]

Evidencias del ajuste fino del universo

Por Hugh Ross Más de una docena de parámetros para el universo tienen que tener valores que caen dentro de rangos definidos estrechamente para que exista vida de cualquier tipo[1]. Constante de la fuerza nuclear fuerte Si es mayor: no se formaría hidrógeno; los núcleos atómicos para la mayoría de los elementos esenciales para la […]

Objeciones al argumento del ajuste fino del universo

Por Huge Ross Cuando se trata de las características de ajuste fino del universo, los no-teístas se encuentran en un aprieto. La evidencia es demasiado significativa y concreta como para dejar de lado. La evidencia es inanimada; así que no se puede apelar a hipótesis darwinistas. Las apelaciones a un tiempo casi infinito se ven […]

Un cristiano cuántico

By Terrell Clemmons El hombre a quien la ciencia le comprobó la religión Dennis Garvin creció siendo el segundo de tres hijos nacidos en un ambiente impregnado de las obras de Norman Rockwell en las Montañas de Berkshire, al norte de Nueva York. Después de graduarse como el estudiante con las calificaciones más altas de […]

Redeeming the Kavanaugh Debacle

By Michael Sherrard  People are hurting. People are angry. And truth be told, fear is the likely emotion consuming many right now– fear of losing position and power, fear of retaliation, fear of exploitation. Some fears are appropriate and some fears misplaced, but all fears can become something dangerous if left alone. Christians, now, is the […]

How the Most Important Attribute of God Relates to Christian Apologetics

By J. Brian Huffling Many issues that surround Christian apologetics are philosophical in nature. Thus, if we are going to be good apologists we need to be good philosophers. Evangelical apologists and philosophers typically follow the analytic tradition in philosophy, which seeks to answer individual questions or problems, but it lacks a systematic approach to […]

Does The Bible Promote Slavery?

By Ryan Leasure “Consult the Bible, and you will discover that the creator of the universe clearly expects us to keep slaves.” 1 This provocative statement by atheist Sam Harris is meant to cast shade on the God of the Bible. After all, if civilized humanity overwhelmingly condemns slavery, why should we worship a God who thinks it’s […]

Book Review: The Historical Jesus: Ancient Evidence for the Life of Christ

By Luke Nix Introduction In my late teens and early 20s, I was wrestling with many questions about what I believed. I had several challenges to my Christian faith that ranged from the philosophical to the scientific to the historical. One of the challenges that would not go away, due to some college professors and […]

Do We Have Reasons to Believe in God’s Existence?

By Brian Chilton Recently, news agencies filled the airwaves and the internet with the news of Stephen Hawking’s last book to be published and released posthumously. The book released on October 16, 2018, is entitled Brief Answers to the Big Questions. Hawking argues through a series of essays why he didn’t think that God existed, did not […]

Answering Two Common Objections To The Author Of Life Argument

By Evan Minton  When atheists accuse God of being immoral, they usually point to nasty Old Testament accounts like the conquest of Canaan, God sicking two female bears on a group of youths for harassing Elisha, or destroying humanity in a massive flood (Genesis 6-9). In addition to various other considerations regarding these specific incidences, one factor I […]

10 Signs the Christian Authors You’re Following are (Subtly) Teaching Unbiblical Ideas

By Natasha Crain  My friend, Alisa Childers, recently wrote a review of the bestselling book, Girl, Wash Your Face, by Rachel Hollis. It started a firestorm of online discussion about what makes someone a “Christian” author, what responsibility a self-identified Christian author has in promoting ideas consistent with biblical faith, and what harm there can be for Christians reading […]

Tus niños necesitan pensar críticamente sobre la resurrección… Porque los medios seculares no lo hacen

Por Natasha Crain En una edición de la revista Scientific American presenta un artículo del ateo Michael Shermer titulado: “¿Qué se necesitaría para probar la resurrección?”. Está subtitulado audazmente, “Cómo pensar acerca de las afirmaciones, incluso de la resurrección”. ¡Guauu! Este artículo en una revista popular dice que nos va a enseñar cómo pensar acerca […]